Monthly Goals: January 2021, image of a calenar and pen

January Goals 2021 | Monthly Goals

Let's start the year off strong and for me that means making goals.  Goals should move you forward.  You start with a few yearly goals, then break them down over the months to make it easier to manage. January is the perfect time to consider your Yearly Goals (which I did in last week's post).  From there, I've created my first set of monthly goals for the year.

May Goals 2020 | Monthly Goals

I'm not sure how this year is going so slowly and yet so fast at the same time.  I feel like we've fallen into some weird wormhole where time is moving oddly. However, one thing is sure, I am definitely feeling like I've more time so that means I've added more goals to my monthly list 🙂 Okay, let's start with the usual recap of last month's goals and how I did.

April Goals 2020 | Monthly Goals

How's everyone coping with the lockdown/stay at home orders?  Not much has changed for me as I work from home anyways, and am pretty much a home bird so I'm lucky that it's not such a big shock to the system. I have a nice chunky list of to-dos that am planning to get done (as well as) these goals, now I have more time since there's a lot less errand-running and family commitments to do.  I also plan on really diving into more writing!

January Goals 2020 | Monthly Goals

So let's kick off January with some goals!  I've decided 2020, is going to be a good year. Mainly because the last 3 years, haven't been too great and I'm getting a little pissed off about getting slapped in the face with bad year after bad year. So, no more bad years.  I have decided!!  2020 is the year of DOING! I'm going to be doing my goals a little differently... instead of crowbarring in as many as possible, I'm sticking with just ONE goal per category.  That's right, just one! 

December Goals 2019 | Monthly Goals

So as we enter the last month of 2019, I do a quick look back over November to see how I did. It was bad.  All of November I had a low-level illness that didn't fully grab me but just left me tired and weak the whole time.  That is until about 2 weeks ago when it finally turned into a full-on "I'm sick and I think I'm dying" illness. Due to this, I barely looked at my goals list and just focused on getting well.  My partner was also sick, so we spent a lot of time looking after each other and just bundling up on the couch.